WASHINGTON, November 21, 2015 — The Democratic Party is rallying around ISIS.
They don’t intend it, but hostages to multiculturalism, they are blind to the fact that radical Islam is at war with America. It is hiding among Muslim refugees now migrating to the West. At a recent debate, Democratic candidates for president could not bring themselves to agree with a debate moderator’s contention that the civilized world is “at war with radical Islam.”
In the aftermath of the terrorist carnage in Paris, the top Democrat, President Obama, said we should not allow ourselves to be ruled by “fear,” that we would be the worst sort of cowards to fear Syrian “widows and orphans.”
Meanwhile, in multicultural Europe, officials in Brussels announced they would close the city’s public rail system, fearing a “serious and imminent” Paris-style ISIS attack.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel told reporters his government chose to act out of “fear” because it obtained “relatively precise information … that several individuals with arms and explosives would launch attacks perhaps in several locations at the same time.”
In Brussels, Muslims comprise 25.5 percent of the population. It was in a Muslim enclave in Brussels that jihadist ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian “national,” planned the Paris attacks.
Down south, in multicultural France, the National Assembly voted to extend a state of emergency (diminishing civil liberties) for three months, giving authorities the power to search homes without warrants and place suspects under house arrest.
The measures are in response to the European Union’s Schengen border-free travel zone, which allows unimpeded movement for citizens of the union’s 26 multicultural nations.
Three Americans foiled an attack aboard a Brussels-to-Paris train.
Last week, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a measure blocking President Obama’s edict allowing 10,000 Syrian and Iraqi refugees to enter the United States over the next year. Senate Democrats pledged to block a vote on the House measure in the Senate, preferring to impose stricter gun legislation on law-abiding Americans in answer to a possible ISIS attack at home.
President Obama said he would veto any Congressional attempt to impede his ISIS importation edict.
“I have called for a different approach,” wrote Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee in the New York Times. “I told Washingtonians that I wouldn’t join those [a majority of U.S. governors] who wanted to demonize people because of the country they flee or the religion they practice. I will uphold our reputation as a place that embraces compassion and equality and eschews fear-mongering.”
It is obvious the multicultural Inslee does not read the Washington Post, which recently reported, “U.S. authorities have charged 66 men and women around the country with alleged Islamic State activities … The FBI says that, in a handful of cases, it has disrupted plots targeting U.S. military or law enforcement personnel.”
Nor does he read the sort of “fear-mongering” intentionally downplayed by the U.S. Army’s Central Command, which according to the Times changed “intelligence reports to paint an overly optimistic portrait of the American [Obama Administration] bombing campaign against the Islamic State.”
That is the same Islamic State that, just hours before the Paris attacks, Obama said was “contained.”
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